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Beautiful Gestures
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Beautiful Gestures
Nate De Jager | Solutions Architect, Universal Mind

Location: 501
Date: Tuesday, November 05
Time: 11:15am-12:15pm
Format: Session
Discipline: Design & UI
Track: Enterprise Apps
Vault Recording: Video


As technology changes, the ways we interact with it change as well. With the introduction of motion sensing devices, our interfaces are no longer tied to flat, two-dimensional planes. Instead, we're free to start using natural gestures in three-dimensional space. With that freedom, we have the potential to develop beautiful, rich experiences for our users. In this session, we will take a look at how gestures are being used in experiences already and what challenges we might face.
Takeaway
Attendees will look at the evolution of interfaces and a discussion around gestures, natural and cultural. Gesture based applications done right/wrong, as well as tips and tricks to consider when using gestures to create beautiful experiences will be covered.

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